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From TheJournal.ie UPC reports record growth in service subscriptions UPC

UPC reports record growth in service subscriptions

The company saw a 68 per cent growth in home phone customers in 2011 – and now has 255,400 broadband customers.

From TheJournal.ie Where in the world? Saskatchewan wants Irish workers Emigration

Where in the world? Saskatchewan wants Irish workers

The Canadian province is sending a recruitment delegation to Ireland next month looking to fill 275 jobs.

From TheJournal.ie Mastercard announces 130 new jobs for Dublin Jobs

Mastercard announces 130 new jobs for Dublin

The highly skilled jobs are to be created in the company’s new global office for technology which will be headquartered in Dublin.

From TheJournal.ie In pictures: 13 of the weirdest real-life job applications Jobs This post contains images

In pictures: 13 of the weirdest real-life job applications

From topless photos to Donald Trump role plays, here are some of the ways people tried to make their applications stand out…

VIDEO: Twitter's viral 'best worst recruitment ad' ever

“Do we have any positions open?” “Does a Tweet have 140 characters?” [awkward pause] “Yes!”

From TheJournal.ie Careers clinic: What on earth is an online job interview? Jobswatch

Careers clinic: What on earth is an online job interview?

With increasing numbers of job applicants, companies are using online tools to cut down on face-to-face interviews. Here is what you need to know…

From TheJournal.ie The 9 at 9: Monday 9 At 9

The 9 at 9: Monday

In today’s 9 at 9: The troika warns of a ‘financial bomb’ in Dublin; recruitment drive for teachers; and the search continues for the bodies of two fishermen from the trawler Tit Bonhomme.

Want to live out that childhood dream of being an astronaut? Job Fairy This post contains videos

Looking for a job? Stephen Hawking is hiring an assistant

The theoretical physicist is looking for a technical assistant to help him carry out his work as an academic and a public speaker.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Are the Irish a hard-working people? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Are the Irish a hard-working people?

Stats say we have one of the shortest working weeks in the EU – but some of the most productive workers. What’s been your experience of the Irish work ethic?

Crack an online puzzle, win a job in the British intelligence service

The British intelligence agency GCHQ launches its most unusual recruitment drive yet. It simply asks: can you crack it?

From TheJournal.ie Cardiff could go back to old job - but has one day to apply Kevin Cardiff

Cardiff could go back to old job - but has one day to apply

The post of Secretary-General at the Department of Finance requires “effective management” and “excellent co-ordination” with key agencies such as… the NTMA.

From TheJournal.ie Careers clinic: 10 pointers to get you noticed by a recruitment company Feature

Careers clinic: 10 pointers to get you noticed by a recruitment company

TheJournal.ie’s resident careers guru Liam Horan interviews a recruitment company boss to find out how YOU can get your CV to the top of the pile.

From TheJournal.ie Prometric test company to create 100 jobs in Dundalk Jobswatch

Prometric test company to create 100 jobs in Dundalk

The company, which offers professional testing solutions and whose clients include the RSA, will create a new unit in Dundalk.

From TheJournal.ie Emirates looking to hire Irish Irish Need Apply

Emirates looking to hire Irish

The airline is flying in because it says it likes to employ people from countries with a strong tradition of hospitality.

From TheJournal.ie Nurses at Limerick hospital continue protest with third strike on Tuesday Nurses

Nurses at Limerick hospital continue protest with third strike on Tuesday

Meanwhile, Health Minister Dr James Reilly says the work stoppages are “unsafe, unsound and unwarranted”.

From TheJournal.ie Recruitment firm announces 50 new jobs Jobs

Recruitment firm announces 50 new jobs

Sigmar says it will begin hiring in the coming weeks.

From TheJournal.ie HSE spent €100,000 on ten-day trip to South Asia HSE

HSE spent €100,000 on ten-day trip to South Asia

The last-minute trip to find junior doctors in India and Pakistan cost more than €10,000 a day.

From TheJournal.ie Western Australia 'can take one-third of unemployed from Ireland' Emigration

Western Australia 'can take one-third of unemployed from Ireland'

The state’s jobs minister says the region needs 150,000 workers – or one in three of those on the Live Register.

From TheJournal.ie US firms need 2,000 Irish workers but say the skills aren't there Skills Shortage

US firms need 2,000 Irish workers but say the skills aren't there

American companies complain that they can’t find Irish workers with the right skills.

From TheJournal.ie National internship scheme offers thousands of placements for unemployed Internship

National internship scheme offers thousands of placements for unemployed

Participants get a small weekly payment and can retain their social welfare entitlements.

From TheJournal.ie The 9 at 9: Wednesday 9 At 9

The 9 at 9: Wednesday

Nine things to know this morning…

From TheJournal.ie Templemore recruitment moratorium criticised Moratorium

Templemore recruitment moratorium criticised

There will be no new recruits admitted to Templemore, the garda training centre, for the next two years.

From TheJournal.ie Ryanair warns of jobs email scam Ryanair

Ryanair warns of jobs email scam

Messages have been sent out targeting job hunters which look for a payment for a visa, which the email says it necessary to apply for a job at Ryanair.

From TheJournal.ie Is this the toughest job of the week? Tough Task?

Is this the toughest job of the week?

Aer Lingus are looking for a new staff member: an internal communications officer to liaise between management and staff.

From TheJournal.ie Agency says it can't fill nurse vacancies - because they're all emigrating Nurses

Agency says it can't fill nurse vacancies - because they're all emigrating

Director of private recruitment group says newly qualified nurses believe they have little option but to leave upon graduation.

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